Pritam Chivukula, Co-Founder & Director, Tridhaatu Realty and Treasurer, CREDAI-MCHI

Sector performance in 2022

The year 2022 started on a good note for the industry as the homebuyers took advantage of the relatively low home loan rates and closed their property deals. The low-interest rates, therefore, set a path for the property owners and developers. As the impact of the pandemic started receding, new launches were back in the market as the industry saw expanding interest in bigger homes with the predominant work-from-home and hybrid work culture, wherein the units with additional room and decks arose as the best-performing classification.

Pritam Chivukula, Co-Founder & Director, Tridhaatu Realty and Hon. Secretary, CREDAI MCHI |

Post the pandemic, the industry started growing in terms of robust sales numbers along with new improved launches as the homebuyers were back visiting the properties physically for inquiries. The need for possessing a home, and low home loan costs alongside different payment plans from developers helped the property purchases throughout the year record the highest property sales. People who generally opted for rental as a choice began searching for a getaway from a deep-rooted rental web and understood the significance of possessing a home. These elements assist in boosting the sentiments of the homebuyers and were the key to driving the overall real estate demand.

Outlook for 2023

Various supply and demand patterns assessed over the last decade have already started putting upward pressure on residential property prices. Therefore, we will continue to urge the Government to extend further relaxations and beneficial incentives that will only help better the sector in 2023. Incentives like lower stamp duty and lesser premiums have benefitted homebuyers in the past as well. Residential sales momentum is expected to continue in 2023 as prospective homebuyers’ preferences for bigger homes, better amenities and attractive pricing will keep them interested to seal the deals. The reputed and trusted developers shall be witnessing comparatively better sales in the mid-income & affordable housing segments and shall continue to dominate in 2023 as well.


Abhishek Jain, COO – Satellite Developers Private Limited

Sector Performance in 2022 and Outlook for 2023

The residential segment is considered to be the main driver of the Indian real
estate industry and they touched record-high in 2022, especially as the
demand for it went up across Tier-1 and Tier-2 cities. This coming at a time
when there is a global crisis due to geopolitical conflicts, economic slowdown,
and supply chain issues was proof of the resilience of the real estate sector in
India. However, other segments of the sector have also been performing well,
which includes commercial offices, industrial & warehousing shed, retail, and
hospitality, among others, that have been contributing to the real estate
sector. These segments are expected to do well this year, too.

Abhishek Jain, COO – Satellite Developers Private Limited

One of the factors to contribute to the rise of commercial real estate is the hybrid working
model which became the norm last year. The government, too, has been
playing a pivotal role with their policies and initiatives. In Maharashtra, they
have even set up a committee to fastrack real estate projects, which when
completed will transform the city in every way.


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